When the repairs were completed, Selma Rashford Grindley took up the post of Matron.
One of her first reports focused on the phoney repairs and improvements.
This caused the spotlight to fall on Paul Mollusk, who, to keep it all under wraps, retired as President and was replaced by Elvis March.
After a few months, Mollusk resigned from the Board and disappeared.
In a few months, Selma Rashford Grindley lay on her death bed.